Hematology and Blood Disorders

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Research Article - Hematology and Blood Disorders (2021) Volume 4, Issue 5

Prevalence and associated factors among pregnant woman with anemia in al-ahawra hospital Sana’a city Yemen.

Most pregnant women suffer from anemia disorders, which is a global health problem. These disorders contribute to increasing the severity of the disease during pregnancy for both the mother and the fetus,

Objective: To investigate the characteristics of pregnant women at Al-Thawra hospital, Sana’a Yemen.

Methodology: This study was description cross sectional study to determine the characteristics of anemia among pregnant women in Al-Thawra Hospital, Sana'a, Yemen. This study conducted a survey of 237 cases housed in the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department at Thawra Hospital, four month of (29 february-27 may 2021). This paper investigates the cause of anemia among pregnant women and compares these results with several studies conducted in other regions of the world. The SPSS statistical program was used to study and analyze the results.

Results: The results showed that the cause of the prevalence of anemia among pregnant women is due to an imbalance in the production of hemoglobin and red blood cells, due to a deficiency of iron during pregnancy. Ever had abortion 134 (56.5%). Had excessive menstrual bleeding 157 (66.2%). Had pregnancy related complication 187 (78.9%). Hemoglobin level <11 mg/dl 222 (93.7%).

Conclusion: From our study on reason for the poverty in pregnant women in Yemen was the decrease of hemoglobin in blood because of misguided drank tea and coffee behind spring of the meat and fruits, vegetables, grains and egg do not spearfish pregnancy periods, which we like complication of the pregnant , the bleeding and apportion.

Author(s): Lutfi Al-Maktari, Faisal Ali4

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